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of major league baseball. the playoff picture has become clear. dan heally here to sort it all out. dan? >> reporter: hey, jim, the world to the world series is going to be tougher for the orioles. the nationals on the other hand, locked up their division on monday night. jeo gonzalez doing their part. michael morr irksz s will be par tis palting. as the nationals hope for more than this. morris' final bat of the regular season. his 18th homer, a two-run shot puts the nats up 5-1. that will be your final. the nationals finish with a record of 98-6 4. they will be the top seed and begin play on sunday in eert st. louis or atlanta. meanwhile, buck showwalter's orioles to a wild card game. but evan wasn't giving the os any help. longoria blasts his second in the game. three solo home runs for the night. baltimore falls 4-1. so the orioles are the second wild card team. the loser goes home. the winner takes on the yankees in the a.l.ds. so that addition puts the os in the postseason. it's going to be winner go home against the rangers on friday. also coming up in sports, guys, another big e
cause to make sure that we are funding research properly. >> dan, the reality is that n.i.h. budgets in real terms have gone down. if the see cress traition -- sequestration happens, they're going to go down a whole lot next year. what do institutions like hopkins, what's your response to that? what can you do, what should you do to squeeze more out of the funds that you've got? >> on a very sort of day-to-day level or the micromanagement, it's very hard to know because we don't know what the sequestration is going to mean in terms of how quickly the funds go down. does it mean new grants? does it mean continuing grants? we're going to change what we do directly and will be difficult. what we begin to do like anything is we try to look for some efficiencies across -- that we find ways to do the same studies or produce the same amount of research for less resources. but that's very tough because most of the research budgets, what we're trying to accomplish are already kind of a razor thin margin. sometimes we worry we're not -- we don't have enough funding to really do the study at th
was in their bag. >>> dan hellie at the park now with a look at what's coming up in sports. we can guess what that might be, dan. >> vance and doreen, it is monday. the cooley report is on the spot. we'll be talking nationals as they try to lock up the division title. and of course, redskins. >> we'll break down rg-iii, and then the game-winning field goal. >> of course, billy cundiff, as >>> take a look, there's nats park behind me. we're ready to play some ball. the forecast looking good. so the weather, i don't think at all is going to be getting in the way. we're expecting scattered showers, mainly light showers from now up until about 9:00, maybe 10:00 p.m. we'll start to see pockets of more widespread rain moving in around that time of 9:00, 10:00 p.m. the rain continues on. for tomorrow morning, take a look behind me. there will be areas of moderate and heavy rain as indicated by the areas shaded in yellow and orange here. so very sloppy, i think, for part of our early-morning rush. we'll have some more rain showers around tomorrow afternoon. that rain finally starts winding down by th
. on that stinking call. >>> anyway, dan hellie is at nats park. we've got something really good to talk about down there. >> yeah, this is fun. we're getting ready to go rg3, we'll talk football as well. spreading the praise around. and here at nationals park, we're obviously talking about the big win. but there's another big win, teddy, like you have never seen him before. finally, does he get it >>> clouds in the morning and now here are clouds in the evening. mostly cloudy, mild, but it is humid outside. so not exactly a comfortable evening for us. from the low 70s north to the upper 70s, even hanging on at 81 degrees right now. manassas and around warrenton. so, your future weather, yeah, more cloud cover for the overnight period. and even some fog coming back into the area. expect the fog to develop after midnight this time. not quite so early. showers coming through about 7:00 and noontime tomorrow. we'll get a little sunshine. temperaturewise, we'll rise from the low and upper 60s across the area to about 80 to 81 degrees. tomorrow will feel temperaturewise like today. but it will be a litt
. >>> coming up in sports, a history-making day at the park. dan hellie is live with a very special guest. >>> he's still soaking in that victory lap. it's the moment fans have been waiting for for years now. >> yes, indeed, down at nats park today, the curse was broken. teddy won the presidents race. you'll remember this day for the rest of your life, dan hellie. >> it's unbelievable. you're tossing to me about teddy, the nationals won their 98th game of the year. they have secured home field advantage. and yes, teddy finally won. let's get things started with the highlights of the game. i think that's apropos. ryan zimmerman, the first batter after teddy's big win. he's going yard. 25th home run of the year. that ties the game at 1. bottom eight now. it's a 3-1 game. fans with a giant michael morris head. morris, an aha moment. blasts one to center. 18th home run of the year. puts the nationals up 5-1. and that's your final. the nationals finish with a 98-64 record. they will be the top seed in the national league, and will play on sunday. it will either be the cardinals or the atlanta
what they're asking goes too far. >>> dan hellie and chriscooley break down yesterday's dramatic win by the redskins. >> that was a white-knuckle moment. >>> tonight at 6:00, we'll tell you about a scare in the air when some travelers' seats became unbolted during their flight. and that's just the beginning of the troubles for >>> they pulled it out in dramatic fashion. >> i mean, our hearts were in our throats. in those last few seconds. dan's out there with chris to look at those -- that was an incredibly high drama game. >> guys, this is just unbelievable. because the redskins really took this game by the throat. they took an 18-point lead and then they blow the lead and have to rely on a kicker who hasn't hit a kick the entire game to come back and win this for them. joined by chris cooley, former pro bowler tight end for the redskins. i know you hate the phrase as a player, must-win. but if there's anything as a must-win game in september, i, for one, felt like this was it. what does this do to galvanize a team? >> it's a huge sigh of relief for this franchise. they had to have
brought to you by xfinity. your home for the most live sports. >> dan is here and they wrapped up the division last night, but they've still got the phillys to deal with tonight. >> phillies aren't as dangerous as they norm will. they do have two games left. out of the park today, the players were strolling in very slowly into the national's clubhouse. i'm sure you can imagine why. busy celebrating last night. but the games go on. and the goon squad is in. that's the reserve guys for the nationals that are, that is, you know what i'm frying to say. those are the back ups. tonight, the goons were good. not your normal starting line-up, but they were ready for the lilies. the first start of the year, top three. he gets ty wigginton swinging. gives up one run in 3 2/3 innings. the shark getting the start in right field at the plate. takes this one to left. nice piece of opposite-field hitting right here. adam laroche scores. still tied, bottom of the sixth, adam one r.b.i. away from one hundred on the season. and here's a pretty good way to get it. out of the yard. his 33rd home run
-0 heading into the eighth. >>> so dan helly is in st. louis and he will have a full report after sunday night football. meantime the o's and yankees are about to get under way. we have crews in baltimore covering the first playoff game in the last 15 years. can you believe it? it's been a long time for them. a lot going on, but for redskins fans coming up later in sports, we're going to have a full update on rg3's condition. for now back to you guys. >> carol, thanks. our team coverage continues this evening in northwest washington where darcy spencer's live at duffy's irish pubs where the fans have been watching all the different games on the different television sets. >> reporter: there are some serious nats fans here at this sports bar. we're talking a couple in here actually got engaged at the stadium earlier this year. it's true, the nats are done, but they're not out, and these fans are optimistic. duffy's irish pub is a local fan favorite to watch the opening game of the washington nationals journey into the postseason. >> very good for business and just fun to hang out. it's bee
, ericgonzalez outside the park. >> all right. thanks a lot, dan. everybody is going crazy around here. take a look at this. this is the hottest ticket in town. the washington nationals have found their title tonight as champions of the n.l. east. the sound of victory for the nats. although they lost against the phillies, the braves' fall to the pirates still means a title for the young team. hats, shirt, swag is flying off the shelves. >> what else is money for? we've waited a long time for this. >> reporter: it's been years since d.c. has won a pennant. 1933, to be exact. this man has lived long enough to see the end of that era and the beginning of this one. >> i was in the third grade. i never thought i would ever see championship and d.c. bass ball in the same sentence. >> and oh, how sweet it is with an n.l.est ea east championship with it. >> reporter: besides the ball, what does this mean on your birthday? >> it means everything. it's so cool. >> have you always been a nats fan? >> yeah, my brother has been a fan. his license plate is "natitude." >> so my sweet 16 birthday was nothin
's takedown of dan quayle in 1988. >> jack kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you're no jack kennedy. >> reporter: but beware that deer in the head lights moment when a candidate forgets he's expected to be human. >> governor, if kitty dukakis were raped and murdered, would you favor an irrevocable death penalty for the killer? >> no, i don't, bernard. >> i feel sorry for these candidates because there's a bunch of people sitting around a room right now telling them to do ten impossible things and then at the end saying be yourself. >> reporter: and if you lose the first round you can recover at the next match with a well executed zinger. >> i am not going to exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth d inexperience. >> reporter: even a rong debate performance by john kerry wasn't enough to defeat george w. bush, but debates matter because it's the first chance to size uthe candidates in unscripted moments one-on-one. brian? >> andrea mitchell, who by the way will be our fact checker during our live coverage of the debate wednesday night here on nbc. andrea, thanks. >>> more
. officers are now working on finding its owner. >>> goodness. >>> dan hellie down at the park where it is a lot of exciting things going on. >> reporter: good times. also talking wizards training camp. they open things up. tony romo looks like he needs to go back to training camp. and at the park they're celebrat series dreams. as news4 at 6:00 continues. >>> welcome back. storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson here from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. it poured. and now from this evening through tomorrow morning, we're going to have fog to deal with. just about everywhere. we're seeing the visibility's drop right now. as far as showers go, this is what's left. down south of us, south of annapolis, around deal and through calvert beach, a few showers left. look at the fog out there. just continues to get thicker and denser under a mile now. we just dropped in montgomery county. gaithersburg under a mile. camp sprins down to a third of a mile. we've got hours to deal with. we'll start the morning mild in the mid to upper 60s. again, with fog probably not burning off until about 8:00 or
controversy. during an interview over the weekend, dan kathy said families are important to those of us concerned about being able to hang on to our heritage. kathy kicked up a firestorm of protests the summer after he opposed same-sex marriage and said so. the comments divided patrons and politicians for and against the fast-food chain. >>> they're focused on the big debate tonight, but president obama and the first lady are also marking a personal milestone, their 20th wedding anniversary is today. this morning the first couple exchanged tweets about it. the president wrote, 20 years ago today i married the love of my life and my best friend. happy anniversary, michelle. he signed it bo. mrs. obama, who is in reno tweeted back happy 20th anniversary, barack. thank you for being an incredible friend, father every day. a belated celebration will happen on saturday. >>> they're both good at multitasking obviously. >> yes. >>> a scandal at the vatican. still ahead, the butler who admits he stole from the pope. why he says the pontiff is vulnerable. >>> veronica says more fog is on the way
down there. dan? >> reporter: yeah, guys. one of the principal owners of the washington nationals, a very happy family. not only are they going to the playoffs but as division champions. mark, i have to ask you what it was like during that game last night when it's finally a done deal and you hear that the division title is yours. >> the first eight innings, a done deal. we were not happy leaving all those guys on base. so that was pretty cool. did not expect to get back in that way but at 96 wins, you don't care how you get in. >> the only time you can really be happy after a loss. >> it was everything that i ever dreamed of. the whole celebration was triching. >> can you describe that feeling? i was in the locker room trying to watch the celebration. not part of it. you were very much part of it. probably trying not to get run over by some of those guys. >> yeah. but no doubt about it. i was going to get him and then i got him. then the rest of the guys got me with gator aid so i was totally stoke. >> i love gio's nickname for you. >> i've had two operations on my foot and start
and 27-year-old dan macheli a math teacher and senior adviser and nick martinelli. >> this doesn't define triton and the teachers that work here or the students that go here. >> prosecutors say each of the teachers engaged in inappropriate sexual relationships from november to june last year. >> indeed, we uncovered evidence of exchanges of sexually explicit text messages during instructional periods. and a trip to the shore invol d involveding the teachers and their victims, as well as other students. >> reporter: prosecutors say when a student brought that information to a substitute teacher, that teacher alerted the principal and the vice principal who covered it up with little investigation. >> failed to report them to the proper authorities and conducted a half-hearted and inadequate inquiry aimed primarily at protecting the teachers. >> you cannot trust, not even the school any more. you know, that's not right. >> reporter: we got no answer at the principal's home. nbc 10 tried repeatedly to speak with the teachers who turned themselves in thursday. >> i'm more upset about the cove
morning's rush hour. his name is taco and as dan reports, the 5-foot-tall bird was looking for love in all the wrong places. >> reporter: taco is a 4-year-old emu, a 5-foot tall flightless australian bird out looking for a mate, according to his owner. taco isn't one to be particular. motorcycles seemed to draw his interest. imagine being this guy, pulled over on the way to work by a giant bird. maybe he'll wear his helmet from now on. >> it's odd. it's not something that we see every day. i think our guys did a really good job on trying to contain the bird. >> reporter: taco was interested in everything and everyone. and deputies at first had no idea what to do with him. they sort of tried to herd him off the road using patrol cars. not a chance. another motorcycle arrived. that, too, was a mistake. taco wanted a kiss. and high-stepping across the highway, he seemed as free as -- well, as a bird. >> it's a very large bird. at the time of the incident, folks are trying to get to work. we have school buses going around. so it became a traffic hazard. >> reporter: taco it turns out lives in
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